Oh hello! We're Vee & Sean

Intimate wedding + love photographers | EAST COAST, CAN

Simply put, we're in love and we love capturing love. We're coffee drinkers and best friends first, adventure nuts and music lovers. We can't miss a good beach day and our cameras live at our hips. We document life as it happens, love as it unfolds. We're here to let you feel without cameras taking over. It's just us hanging out, chillin' like villains. We're all about creating a safe space to invite your vulnerable love AND to let your freak out!
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We are intimate wedding + love photographers based out of Prince Edward Island, Canada. Our own love story began in Toronto and later migrated to the East Coast, where nature thrives, where the ocean lies and where we now call home. Our love for Toronto remains all the same (and our cravings for all the good foods for that matter), so we ADORE travelling back and capturing love where we first fell in love.

Intimate PEI boho bride and groom with sun flare and flower crown and wedding rings.

love like home.

WHAt to expect

From Our Couples

From Our Couples

Lindsey + James, Toronto

Lindsey + James, Toronto

Sean & Vee immediately felt like they were just part of our wedding crew. We felt instantaneously connected to them; like we'd known them forever! They were so key to our day, floated throughout the moments, capturing each as they went along. They were so quick at turning around a huge gallery of shots and we continue to relive every feeling of our wedding day because of it. We highly recommend having them as part of yours; they tell stories with their photos, stories that evoke such nostalgia & fun!

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together we are an endless conversation

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LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT


We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we operate is the traditional unceded territory of the L’nu/Mi’kmaq. We respect the history, spirituality, and culture of the L’nu/Mi’kmaq people on Epekwitk and that of other Indigenous people who have migrated here from all across Turtle Island.